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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1886)
8. L. Daniels of Chico, Cui., who brought
Try a course of hydropathy for all com Emery, the Ashland furniture dealer,
The undersigned will give a soci
plaints, l>uth chronic and acute. It is high keeps a larger and better stock than ever, the celebrated "Vermont” to Jackson coun
Angle Jt Plymale's n|w building is being at Central Point on Friday evening
H. D. Kubli wus over from Applegate
Oregon Kidney Tea.
ly apoken of by competent judges.
and Mells so low that there ia no necessity ty anu sold him to a joint stock company this week.
1880. Dancing will take place ii
Masquerade ball to-night.
Health seems to be good in Jackson und of sending from home for anything in his for$8,000, and IL 8. Belknap, who spirited
Henry Smith of Wolf creek paid us a visit cious hall above the wurehou.se and
John F. Fink has retu> ned from his trip
the horso to the Willamette valley, were
Drummers continue plentiful.
will be spared to make the affair a pi
both in Town one day last week. The Jat- to Portland.
roported for several weeks past.
Contributlous for the Hendrick* Monu
Read our clubbing inducements.
W. R. Andrew* and Mr .Bieber were ot one in every respect. The best of
j ter is now in Eden precinct.
Miss Cardwell of Barn’s valley is paying
Caro Bros, of Phoenix are receiving u large ment Fund, no matter how small they may
per and music will be provided. Tickets,
Read the new advertisements.
the county seat Monday.
this place a visit.
Rev. Geo. E. Jones will hold »«rvieea at
stock of fall and winter goods, which will be, will be received at the T ime * office and j Costumes for everybody have just arrived
$2.00. Everybody is invited.
Central Point on Sunday.
only forwarded to headquarters at Indian
be sold ut prices to suit the times.
(it s D f . i . py .
a chisel one day recently.
I A large assortment of fancy costumes, Portland on u visit.
Next Sunday is St. Valentine’s day.
Liberal Bunday-school and Bible class
Freight trains are running regularly apolis.
G. W. Howard and M. E. Beatty were in
Hop. 8. Furry ind .vife of Eden pricinct
Al. Carey left for the north this week.
meets every Bunday at 11 o’clock a . M., at
As the railroad between Ashland and
again and heaps of new goods hive arrived
At the last regular meeting of Jack..on
Jacksonville on Wednesday last.
the U. M. L. Mull, Talent.
1 Roseburg is not in the best condition as rented very reasonably. No one need be were in town Saturdr y.
Another matrimonial boom has started. for our merchants during the week.
ville Fire Engine Co. No 1, the following
Rev. A. R. Rickenbach will hold services
J. L. Hallett has purchased a two-year-
The days have lengthened out consider
bell-taps were established : Three taps.slow,
grand mask ball this evening.
place at 8:20 o'clock p . x . nowadays.
from Medford yesterday.
at Phtrnix on Sunday at 11 o’clock a . m ., ably.
old colt by “Altamont,” dam, mother of • fore eight o’clock p. x., arriving at Medford
repeated three times, for regular meetings;
The sec.etlfry of the treasury, in his re
and at the Presbyterian church in this
Fred. Barnebiirg of Medford precinct was
two taps, slow, three times in succession,
J. A. Cardwell was in Eugene city last " Almonette,” of Mr. Beach, for $900.
place in the evening.
fire drill. By order of the company.
Frank Ennis of Sterlingville has a cow | Justice Antenrieth of Yreka, Cal., has to furnish certain information relative to at the county seat Monday.
j been collecting considerable money for the
J. R. L ittle ,’Sec’y.
Regular services will be held at the Cath Oregon Kidney
Messrs. Coker. Barnum. Williams and
Ab. Giddings of Klamath county is in
’Fea cures all kidney (half Jersey) from whose milk 14 lbs. of county, und has the county jail well filled the accounts of Alfred B. Meacham, late
olic church in this place, Rev. F. X. Blan troubles.
Elder paid Jacksonville a visit last Satur
Ashland visiting bis family.
butter are manufactured each week.
When Baby was sick, we gave her
j for violations of the opium-den and cubic-
J. Delano, lately of Medford, a iirst-class
W. H. Barr of Medtord precinct made day.
gon, encloses a report of the second comp
Johnny Jacobs was up from Medford
’ air laws.
Rev. A. II. Sunderman will preach in the Tuesday.
Wm. Fl wards and son of this precinct When she was a child, she cried for
butcher, has become interested in the Ash
our town a visit Wednesday.
troller, showing a deficit of $7,676.
German language at the M. E. church in
G. Karewski received a large new boiler
When she became u Mias, she clung to
Geo. Ji”Ison of Grant's Pass spent a few . have returned from a prospecting tour on
The buzzard dollars which are thought
John Crump has returned from a visit land Cash Market with Chas. H os ley.
this place on Sunday next.
for his flouring mills in this place, which
When she had children, she gave them
Rogue river was so high last week that
days in Jacksonville this week.
w»ll ensure a greater output of his fiqur,
j The literary society holds interesting ses
Rev. J. R. Roberts will preach at the An
Isaac Woolf, the efficient marshal of
There has been considerable fog during
the quulity of which cannot be surpassed
tioch school-house next Sunday at the us
sions at the school-house every Wednes-
ed to cross that stream at Rock Point.
the T imes office, and will be readily receiy- Medford, was here yesterday.
the past few days.
I day evening.
Sheriff Jacobs will sell the David Dunlap
Geo. Brown of Eagle Point made our
Rev. J. R. Roberts preaches at Browns
property in Big Butte precinct on March of dull times by advertising in the T imes ,
town a business visit last Friday.
to arrive this week.
Feb. 8th, bv Rev. (I. E. Jones. Job:
boro on the third Bunday in this month.
all such that it is the naked truth.
! maker, may be found in the rear of D. Wil and
13th. See his advertisement elsewhere.
um Abigail Shoemaker.
Masks at Jas. R. Little's. If you need
Elder M. Peterson will lecture on tem
son’s saddle and harness shop.
DEAN—MILLER—At the residence o
There are now quite a number of people to look after his mining interests.
A match race took place hint Tuesday be paper published in the State, outside of
perance at the Mound school-house to one, give him a call.
The managers of the reduction works parents on Sardine creek.Feb. Uth b
in the district known as The Meadows,who
tween the horses of Frank Kime and John Portland.
Ike Mensor expects to go to San Francis have secured a new engine and have re Williams.B. W. Dean and Miss Mary
morrow (Saturday) evening. He will be at
Comic and sentimental valentines at Standley, which was won by the latter.
will be compelled to giaa great distance (to co before long t© buy a stock of goods.
RAGSDALE ELLIS At the reside]
No matter what the difference on the
Grant’s Pass Sunday.
Little’s variety store.
bride’s parents on Evans creek, Fel
sumed active operations again.
It is said that Beach A Hallett have sold silver and tariff questions may be, it is ad Antioch) to register and vote. A new vot
S. J. Bteckel, J. P., J. F. Ragsdale an
Rev. J. A. Slover will commence a meet
Remember the days for registration are the fast trotting horse “Syphon,” bjr “Al
ing precinct should
mitted that T. D. Fountain of Ashland and we hope the Comsty Commissioners paying off the troops al Fort Warn at' .
ing at Gold Hill to-morrow (Saturday) even April 5th, 6th and 7th.
offered for sale cheap. Apply at the T imes COX—DUTTON— \t the same time and i
tamont,” to Van DeLashmutt for $2,000.
keeps a fine, large stock of goeds and sells will act on the matter at the next term.
Mr. Rapp’s health is improving and he office, Jacksonville, for further particulars. the same officiating officer, Rufu> ( <17
ing, which will continue a short time.
Twelve yards of Cabot W for $1.00 at
Last Friday and Saturday were beautiful awfully (.heap.
Two representatives of a Walla Walla
Rev. W. I’. Williams’ appointment for Caro Bros.’. Phoenix.
For sale at a bargain—a cosy dwelling
days, reminding one of the late spring; but
Why does not the road supervisor who nursery were in Jackson county this week,
I)r. Jackson has returned from a profes house not far from the center of town. For
Central Point has been called in.
The regular annual school meetings will it has rained most of the time since then.
has jurisdiction over the Herrin lane repair but finding the roads and weather unfa sional trip to Grant’s Pass and Medford.
be held in a few weeks.
further particulars enquire of A. L. John-
Feb. 2d. to Mr. and Mrs. asMiHted b> ..
Elder M. Peterson preached at Phoenix a neat monument to mark the last resting- a dangerous condition und should be look
J. L. Rowe, a dughter.
Tickets for ¿ne ...
. supper, $L25
Manuel Miller is at work on T. J. Clop-
better time, if the people of southern Or Staples paid Jacksonville a visit Monday.
on Wednesday evening,
A pleasant sociable was given at Byers’ CHILDERS—Near Linkville. Feb. 2d. to Mr. and each; Hpvctator» 5U cents.
; place of his mother in Table Rock precinct. ed after at once.
tun's new barn.
egon are wise they will patronize local nur
Mrs. M. D. Childers, a son.
The best of music has been engaged, and noth
Wm. J. Hay and wife of Harrisburg are ball last Tuesday evening for the benefit of
No snow is now visible on the moun
Caro Bros, of Roseburg have removed in series, which are fully prepared to fill all
S hiloh ' s C ough and Consumption Cure
ALLEN—In Linkville. Feb. 2d, to Mr. and Mrs. ing will be left undone to make it a first-class af
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Bushce of this
fair in every particular.
at Grant’s Pass and may conclude to lo the Presbyterian church, which was well
tain tops from this place.
B. Alien, a daughter.
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures to their handsome new brick, which is one orders.
place, on Jan. 27, a daughter.
J AB. ( 'RONE.MILLER, )
EDWARDS—In Eden preciint, Feb. 1st, to Mr
> Com. of Arrangrnients.
Chinese new-year is near an end and the Consumption. Sold by Merritt and Robin of the handsomest structures south of Port
A letter from Lake county says there
and Mrs. J. T. Edwards, a on.
Mr. Balfour has been at work on his
D A. JONES.
has been some snow there this winter, but
grounds in Brownsboro, making extensive
eler, paid Jacksonville a visit during the whither he was called by the serious ill
Judge Day,our real-estate agent and con stock of fine goods.
Jerry Nunan shipped over 200 dozens of
not enough to cause stock to suffer for
ness of his sister We regret to learn of
S hiloh ’ s V italizes is what you need want of feed. They have had some cold week.
veyancer, is doing a great deal of business
John A.. Miller starts back to Klamath eggs to Portland this week.
HATTON—In Linkville, Feb. 4th, Maggie,
Baruch Fisher was up from Woodville her death.
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz weather, however, which froze up all the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hatton; aged 2 Of Southern Oregon are hereby informed that i i
county in u short time, where he has sev
ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. streams and stock suffered some for water. Friday. He will go to San Francisco be
Recorder Walton and W. F. Williamson
years, 11 months and 19 days.
addition to a large and elegant line of
eral barns to build.
are busily engaged in revising and condens
Wm. Drewes, the well-known jeweler, Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. For sale by Take it all in all, it has been a very fair fore long.
M. 8. Wakeman has been appointed su
Miss Mary Brown is laid up with a sprain
P. Burkholter and Jas. Gentner of Apple ing many of the existing ordinances of the
NEW THIS WEEK
winter for stock-raisers in that section of
has become an inmate of the County Hos Merritt A Robinson.
ed ankle, obtained by visiting the skating- pervisor of road district No. 28.
gate were in Jacksonville last week on le town, which is an excellent idea.
Ed. Hendricks of Applegate, as will be the State.
rink ut Eagle Point.
Knockouts and other disturbances have pital. He is in the last stages of consuiup-
The report of the recent examination
seen by advertisement elsewhere, has sev The most notable event of the kind which gal business.
I have added to my stock the following class of
Jaquett A Rissue, proprietors of the been unusually numerous here.
B. B. Beckman, who has been in San made by the teachers of the public school rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON RAND 8EV-
goods, of which I have a full line ■
imes can eral thousand pounds of Early Goodrich has ever occurred on Evans creek was a
wagon and cooper shops, are busy putting
Thus. Riddle, ia’th ©f Medford precinct,
L oral thousand pounds of early seed potatoes,
have one of Dr. Kendall’s horse-books free seed potatoes», which he offers for sale. double wedding. It took place last Wednes
in a» overshot water wheel to propel the has gone east of the i«i inntains.
of the Goodrich variety, which he offers for sale
’ Furnishing Goods,
day, our esteemed friends J. F. Ragsdale
of charge by calling at or sending to this They are first-class.
at 24 cents per pound. Anyone desiring good
machinery of their Hbeys.
Josh Beaumont of Ashland paid his office.
and Rutus Cox and the two daughters of
The date of the grand masquerade ball at seed potatoes should call on or address
Robt. Taylor of Ashland has just recov
Both Knit and Muslin.
Stockmen are very busy looking after friindx in town a visit this week.
Quite a number of marriages have been Trail creek at the last terin of the County Mr. Ellis being the contracting parties. ered from a spell of sickness and is able to Medford has been changed from March 5th
their herds. Stock of all kinds that run
Wilson Bros, are furnishing this market taking place recently, our worthy County Commissioners’ Court, which was a neces- We trust that their journey through life be about again.
to the22d of February—Washington’s birth-
low down in the foothills are looking very with an excellent quality of hay.
Clerk having issued four in one day last sity and will be duly appreciated by the will be blissful and prosperous and that
John M, Singletary, formerly of Rock ! day. It will be an a way-up affair.
bad ; but those which keep well back in the
their troubles may be little ones.
Pay your arrearages with the T imes of week.
people of that section.
any place; al«o
Point precinct, is now a resident of Harris The A. O. I . W. ball, which was an To the Citizens of Little Butte:
mountains are fat.
fice and get one of our premiums.
nounced to take place in Williams’ building Whereas a controversy has arisen in regard to
We happened to drop into the Jackson burg, Linn county.
You can get two good papers for the price
We do not sound a needless alarm when
The Brownsboro Good Templars' lodge is
Wm. Herriott of Applegate sold 25 cords of one by calling or sending to the T imes we tell you that the taint of scrofula is in ville Marble Works a few days ago and
Mrs. N. Fisher returned from Roseburg a on Washington’s birthday, has been indefi place to the Desert, therefore it is ordered that Chili
flourishing, with W. H. Jaquett in the of wood in Jacksonville last week.
matter will come up for final consideration
Unde« I years old
office. See our clubbing inducements else your blood. Inherited or acquired, it is found the affable proprietor, with two as few days since. She did not go to Port nitely postponed on account of thebadcon- said
chair; Miss Mary Brown, W. V. T.; Wm.
•‘dition of the roads.
A. M„ at which time all persons interested therein Abeautiful line of
there, and Ayer’s Sarsaparilla alone will sistants, busily at work. We noticed a land, as announced.
Rissue, Secretary; Manuel Miller, F. 8.;
requested to be present, that a final adjust
large number of monuments, tombstones,
Many of our citizens have the mining fe are
There will be no February term of Cir effectually eradicate it.
Gen. T. G. Reames, grand master of the
ment thereof may be effected.
Miss Jane Simpson, W. T.; George Dick, match, for sate at the T imes office.
etc., of elegant design and workmanship, F. ct A. M. of this State, has been visiting ver as badly as ever, notwithstanding the By order of the County Court, made Feb. 4,1886. V
Marshal; Hugh Clopton, W. C.; Miss Lydia
W. H. PARKER, County Clerk.
gisting of Lisle and Silk.
no business which needs immediate at scribe for either the San Francisco “Exam force was busy turning out several more. the Portland lodges.
Columbia river sturgeon yesterday.
Jaquett, I. G.; Geo. W. Isaacs. Jr., O. G.
malady. Several quartz claims have been
Mrs. N. K. Lytle of this place started for taken up by them and some arc quite prom
Parties desiring anything in Mr. Whipp’s
We want correspondence from eyery
Messrs. Fitzgerald, Hull. Brown and $1 51/ and $1 respectively. Subscriptions line should give him a call, by all means. * her old home in Ohio this week, but will
portion of the First Judicial District.
On account of the trouble, expense and uncer
Gold Hill Items.
the music to-night, taken at the T imes office.
tainty in finding me at home at all times, parties
The Ashland “Tidings” says T. K. Bol return in a few weeks.
Parties wishing to pay taxes will find
will take notice that I keep open office on the last
The river is rising very fast.
The stage drivers are obliged to pack ton, of that place, sent several large pears
Wm. Wilson, J. Zumbrunn and Archie
some scrip for sale at the Ti mes office.
Jacoby Bros, received a large quantity of
shovels in addition to their customary sup and apples from trees in Ashland to friends McDonald were over from Table Rock pre at this place last Sunday morning, and also Saturday in Each Month-
goods by the last freight train.
II. C. Messenger who owns the Ritter place
Fred. Grob has gone to the quartz mine ply of wrenches and uxes,in order to shovel in Massachusetts recently, and they were cinct during the week.
the Court-house in Jacksonville—and that on
Owing to the interruption of the mails we at
A man without a quartz mine here now in Eden precinct, paid us a visit Monday. on Jackson creek in which he is interested, out of the mud-holes, u’liich aie numerous placed on exhibition In the office of one of
such occasions I am prepared to conduct exami
Uncle Jesse Wilson of Medford precinct,
nations or to transact any other business connect And many other things too numerous to mention.
Why don’t you take advantage of the and will spend some time there in devel between Ashland and Delta.
is of small importance The miners are
the state reformatory institutions, at South who is nearly 90 years of age, is in poor failed to receive notice of Mr. R.’s appoint ed
I have also secured the services of a
ths C. ant’ Superintendent of Schools.
T imes ’ unparalleled clubbing inducements? oping it.
the heavy men.
W, M. COLVIG.
Alu public meeting held at Roseburg it Farmington. Reports trom there inform health, we are sorry to say.
J. Casebier of Ashland precinct sold 8.
The O. A C. R. R. Co. sometimes fail to
Supt. Colvig, in our advertising columns, w.s resolved to begin the survey of a wag us that the fruit is regarded as a great cu
Rev. F. X. Blanchet, who is making a lower story of Williams’ fine, large build Rock Puiiit, Or., Feb. 5. 1886.
deliver mail on time here, but J. B. Thomas L. Daniels five heaa of mules last week for has something of importance to say to those on-road from that place to the Klamath riosity and attracts much attention.
And am prepared to execute all orders in that
pastoral trip through Josephine county, is ing, and presents a neat appearance. Vroo-
never fails to connect.
line in first-class style at reasonable rates.
Last wsek, in the Superior Court of Trin- expected to return to-day.
having official business with him. Read basin and Jrater lake. Money is being
man, Miller A Co.’s superior stock of stoves,
Call and see me at the building formerly occu
subsrribnd »0 2’’d th- p uiect.
uy county, Josephus Kester was convicted
Our worthy section foreman is kept quite
John Cox is said to have invented a his notice.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for pied by A. L. Johnson on California street.
J. D. Pankey and B. Vincent have dis
the County of Jackson.
MRS. P. 1‘. PRIM.
busy repairing track this bad weather; but plow which will run wll in the stickiest
Read the advertisement of the Sugar
P. J. Ryan, plaintiff, vs. Martha and John Edy.
covered quartz ledges on Rogue river played there.
trains are never delayed on his portion of land.
defendants; action at law to recover money.
Pine Sash and Lumber Co. of Grunt’s Pass. issued a challenge to run any foot-racer 75 recommending the case to the mercy of the which they think very well of.
Many of the papers of Iowa have been To Martha and John Edy, the above-named de
Shook A Weaver’s skating-rink is the It is a worthy concern and should be well yards tor $2,500, which has been accepted Court. He was sentenced to a term of 12
Mrs. N. S. Drew of Uniontown precinct, j printing complimentary notices of Hon. J. TN
by Archie McComb on behalf of Kittle- years in San Quentin. From what we can
THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON:
Two empty cars on the switch here will most popular place of amusement nowa patronized.
L Yuu are required to appear in said court and
(NOT the Cold Water System)
be loaded with orc and shipped to the Med days.
answer the complaint of said plaintiff, filed
D. Linn has completed the ballot-box.s
I this precinct, while many prominent socie- against you within ten days from trie time of the
now much improved in health.
Deer-skinners still continue their depre about a mining claim which they had been
ford reduction works as soon as the roads
Times continue quite du-1 n* yet, nothing for the various precincts and they will soon
CORNER THIRD AMD PINE STREET*.
1 ties «¡id organizations of which that gen- service of this summons on yon. if served within
said county; or if served on you within any other
happening from which to frame a first-class be delivered to the judges of election receet- dations. and large quantities of hides con that “Pony” had frequently threatened
county a few days since, having fully re | tieman was a member before leaving that county in this State, then within twenty days from JACKSONVILLE...
tinue to find their way to Jacksonville,
Grand preparations were made for the ■ item.
State have made him the subject of highly the time of the service; or if served on you out of
the Statu of Oregon or by publication, then by the
wedding on Sardine creek on the 10th, at
DATHS ON APPLICATION.
John Watson and D. Pen in ger sold sever
committed th« d^e*! in self-defense.
K. B. Harrison, lately teacher of the Cen- eulogistic resolutions, all regretting his de first day of the term of this court following such
the residence of B. F. Miller. Miss- Eva al head of fine horses 'to 8. L. Daniels this ly had a dispute about their lesson, after lntli8criniinateslauMuter of deer.
wvien. viz: th«MId«» of „May,
Hlouina(l.>n. Dropvj ok... r.;
trnri>i»j :t school, is now in the Sixth Audi- parture. What is their loss is our gain.
are notified that, if you , fail
»«.1 to aitawer
and Kidn„ Comi.laiBtH and gen-
Mil’or aiyi B*ed. W Dean* of Willow week
MAJiRlAGKH UT JACE SON COCNTT
___ 1 tleprwRion
»_____ tini cvvtuin
plaint as above required, the plKintiil will apply
of (lie. sywtora,
Springs were the high contracting parties,
Mark Armstrong has rented Dean’s
w;t: For a judgment against yon for the sum of R ard I nu «I Trentoient per Week gift.
be with them.
G. W, Frazier, formerly of Ashland, will
’ E. K. Anderson’s b draulfc mines on $89.77, with interest thereon at the rate of ten per
blacksmith shop in Willow Springs pre
engaged in teaching school nt the Yaiuax
cent, per annum from the 8th day of iMay. 1884.
soon start a foundry in Eugene. It is a give an interesting performance on our
SPEVlAJte ^ASES EXT11A.
Anderson creek are uio r way.
24—G. W. Meek anil H. h. Slagle.
and ten per cent, additional on said amount as
reservation in Klamath county.
County Commissioners' Court.
much needed enterprise and will receive a streets. It will be well worth seeing.
attorney s fees and the costs and disbursements
The following business was transacted in
Dr. Will Jackson has sold his house on
27—L. L. Savage and Lillie Ulrich.
Singer sewing-machine, has our thanks for large patronage.
^1 the D emocratic
this court at the February term:
has loeatei near’Lakeview, Lake county, exhibiting some fine specimens of quartz of Published
California St., near Fifth, to Dr. Geo. O.
Hon. L. R. Webster. Ju
G. Naylor. John Woods, Jos. Satterfield,
in town this week.
and entered in open Court Jan
for the practice of his profession.
D’Barr, for $1,200. Somehow property
4— E. L. Ellis and Annie E. Downing.
HOT SITZ AND
L. McDaniel and B. Robb, having made af
Our clubbing offerswill soon be with brated 5-cent cigar and 1» seihug heaps of
Although none of the miners have clean
Mrs. Sarah Essex of Modoc county, Cal.,
fidavit that they had been assessed too high, drawn, as we cannot keep them open much them, for they are equal to those usually keeps its old price here in spite of the pre
0—I. C. Brown and Frances E. Roden.
mostly on account of uncanceled mortgages,
sister of Mrs. A. G. Colvin of this place,
10— Geo. Schumpf and Ella Berry.
sold for 10 cents.
it was ordered that a rebate be made in each longer.
died 011 the 2d Inst, of typhoid fever.
18— Aaron H. Maegly and Celia Levy.
Miss Lizzie Gcarv of Eugene city, sister
It is said that a heavy tide of emigration
Don’t fail to attend tho mask ball to-night
The rains of the past week hav^peen very In the Circuit Court of the
Several road supervisors’ reports were re
20—©. H Johnson and Anna Justus.
3htrman Brown of I’crilaud, ccn of ju .
is setting in towards Oregon, and that of Dr. Geary of Medford, died a few days
ceived and accepted
I). Brown, who is also interested in our acceptable to the miners, ss the water sup Rhoda Dunlap ) Jackson Co
Jackson and Josephine counties will get a since after a brief illness. The deceased
For Rheumatic and Stomach Pains.
The report of the viewers in the matter benefit.
ply had commenced to diminish in some
11— A F Eddy and Mary E Slover.
quartz mill, is paying this place a visit
was an es.imable young lady, and her loss
liberal share of it.
of the new county road leading from Evans
David Dm j lap. j
See Dr. C. Lempert on Saturdays and you
creek up the west side of Pleasant creek
BRAN FOR POULTICES.
W. T. Anderson and son of Eden pre- !
J. Solomon, administrator of the estate of
y VIBTUE OF
WK1T OF EXKi'Ul'lON
will be cured free (excluding medicine) ot
was approved and said road established.
Geo. Cardwell has located a quartz mine
15— E A Carter and Mabel Humphrey.
duly insumí out of the Circuit Court of the
cinct were in town yesterday. Wc are
The petitjon»of the citizens of Trail creek charge.
of the water-cure ( atme^t
22— H A Traylor and Dora Heckatho*. n. glad to learn that Mr. A.’s health is much I in the Sterling district, that seems to be State of Orogon for Javksun county, on the 29th are founded iB nature
;u.d in trntii.3‘«f% haveir-
We forgot to mention in the last issue of
and vicinity for a new’ voting precinct was
acres of fine land, set in grape-vines, at pub
day of January, 1886. and to me directed and de
Eggs and butter have become plentiful
most offiewious agent for
heard and granted. H. Richardson, H. L.
the <T imes that the well-known Yankee
David Dunlap, I am commanded to satisfy the the alleviation and cure of disease in various
Hill and J. G. Briscoe were appointed reg and prices have dropped, especially of the lic sale to-morrow.
Wm. C. Miller of Marion county, former
judgment of Rhoda Dunlap for the sum of $1,000, forms, and, in proper hands, as aafo as it is ef
W. W. Parker of Butte creek was in town Doodle Band of Roseburg tendered the
isters and W. M. Holmes and Henry Voge- former.
I should be no friend to humanity, nor
5— Jno R Robinson and Anna M Elliott ly of Forest creek, is now employed at John
Work on the n.e of the proposed quartz with interest thereon at 8 per cent, per annum fectual.
Saturday, from whom we learned the Big Jacksonville visitors a grand serenade dur
from the 23d day of January, 1886, and the srii of to medical science, if 1 did not give my testimony
in the mattei of the establishing of exact
There will be social parties at Central Butte steam saw-mill would commence op- ing their stay there, which was duly ap
Miller's claim on Farmer’s fiat and will re
«81.00 costs, and also the costa of and upon < his in its recommendation.”
Sir. C has . S cudamore , M. D. F. R. 8.
lines of thu-Camp Stewart and Pelican Bay Point, Sam’s valley and Thompson creek
12— E W Gale and Nancy E Conger.
the building will be ready for the machin writ out of any property of David Dunlap’s; end
main a few months.
e rations on Monday.
iii obedience to said Writ I did on the 2d day of
road. Postponed until next term.
23— Wan Sam and Bee Lan.
ery before long.
February, 1886,levy on all the hereinafter describ Fever and Sore Throat a Specialty.
The Sheriff was authorized to procure all to-night.
Wm. M. Richard of Big Butte has been
27—Chas Schulta and Kotie McDaniel,
realty, and will offer for ealo for cash, at public 1
necessary paraphernalia for carrying out
Turner (t Johnson have run u cross-cut ed
Marshall Tanner, formerly of Eden pre engaged to get out a large quantity of fine Herberger having been appointed referees
proposed quartz mill in this place, returned
ADOLPHUS F. EDDY.
auction, to the highest bidder, at the Court House
the death ■:-mtence of Lewis O’Neil.
door in Jacksonville, in said county and State, on
cinct, died at Chico, Cal., of typhoid fever sugar-pine lumber for Aiken ~
Bros, at their
body of ore has been exposed, a test of
Saturdayf March 13, 1886,
will immediately proceed to divide the
nected with that enterprise.
mill on Rogue river.
3— II L DarneiUe and Martha Banders.
which is being made.
at two o’clock P. M. of said day. all of the right,
property in dispute, which is situated on
The I. O. G. T. of Ashland will give an
The Sugar Pine Door & Lumber Co. of
*. 8. B. Galey and J. W. O. Gregory of
9— A Stephens aiol Mai.x Kugiinh.
title and interest of the said D&iid Dunlap in and
Allred Law of Applegate has set out
The American Mining Guide, the best to all the following described realty, to-wit:
Ashland were at thecounty seat yesterday.
Grant's Pass announce that they will be other entertainment on Washington’s 2,000 strawberry, blackberry and raspber- Rich Gulch.
9—W Lund and Milla C Svanoc.
The Eaat % of the Southwest U, the West It of
Tunnel 9, v/hich has been in a bad condi
prepared from and after Feb. 20th, 1886, to birthday.
KL-J C Whipp and Florence E Shipley. We are glad to learn that Mr. Galey’s fam
the Southeast U, the Southwest *4 of the South
rom two yards of wyandottes
ry vines, and will engage in their cul- tion for the past few weeks, has been clean
T imes office ; also blank notices for location west U» Qie Southea-t U of the Northwest \ of
fill a'l bills for every kind of lumber on
Winter Sturgis, lately of Central Point,
ily are now’ enjoyirtg good health.
three yard» of PLYMOUTH ROCKS. and two
ture on a large scale.
Section KI. and the Northeast M of the Northwest
of placer and quartz mines.
yards of BROWN LEGHORNS.
ed out and put in good repair. The wash
short notice. The mill is now located at has permanently located in Stanislaus
14— Chas W Smith and Irene Aytch.
P. C. Willson and family,accompanied by
outs in Cow creek valley have also been at
John Blalocli and Geo. Owings of Evans
Grant’s Pass, on a special side track, where county, Cal.
16— L G Ross and Ida Lane.
Mr. Hawley, Who have been living near creek are prospecting at the head of Jack- together with the tenements, hereditaments and
prise party at the residence ot John Orth
a large number of cars can be loaded at one
19— E B Myer and Ida Muller.
anpurtenances thereunto belonging, situated in
The Sardine creek bridge has been re one evening last week. The Silver Cornet tended to and trains now’ run without in
Medford for several months past, started
son creek and have found some promising Jackson county. Oregon.
tinu. We arc prepared to furnish sugar paired and is being crossed in safety by
20— C H Hargadine and Carrie E Casey. on their return to New York this week.
Said realty will be /sold subject toa certain
Prices: Wyandotte eggs, one sitting. $4; two sit
quarts and placer prospects.
pine, yellow pine, or fir lumber of all teams again.
mortgage on said premisos for $600. dated Jan. tings, $7; throe sittings, $9.
Logan, the energetic Ashland photogra
W. B. Shoemake of Josephine county
27,1885, and also subject to an attachment levied eggs, one sitting, $2.59; two sittings, $4; three sit
J. H. Huffer, school clerk, has turned pher, has added the latest and most im
on said premises, in the case of P. J. Ryan vs. tings, £6. Brown Leghorn eggs, 0110 sitting, $2.50;
Robt. Neil has sold his Ashland property over the delinquent tax for 1885. Notwith
From and after March 20th, 1886, we will
4— J W Satterfield and Catherine Norvell.
prospecting will be done. The mineral re David Dunlap, in the above-named court, for two sittings, $4: three sittings, $6.
to a new-comer named W. D. Hanley. standing the dull times he succeeded in proved apparatus from time to time, until
whom we learned that his brother-in-law, sources of this country has never received $164.45. with interest thereon at one por cent, per My six Wyandotte hens made a record last year
be prepared to fill ail orders for doors, win
he has one of the best and completest gal
8— J W Wharton and Mary G Rummell.
of 126 eggs each for six months, beginning with
month, from March 15,1885, and costs.
collecting nearly all of it.
dows, sash, mouldings, casings, frames,
Witness my hand and official signature this January 15th. Aside from their utility, they are
leries in the interior. His photographs
half the attention they merit.
25— Wm Garrett and Eliza Plymirc
There was another slide on Roberts’ hill,
quite 1 ow with consumption.
the handsomest fowl 1 have ever handled. My
brackets and every kind of wood-work and
The Jacksonville Fire Company proposes are first-class.
25— F M Parker and Helena Reynolds.
The machinery for, the quartz mill at
Plymouth Rocks are most favorably known all ov
but it was removed in time to allow the to make a number of new rules and 'm-
finishings for houses.
er the North Pacific coast. The heaviest and beet
8. L. Daniels and Geo. Stephenson were
this place has been shipped and wil
marked strain on the coast and not excelled any
By N. A. JACOBS. Deputy.
L. D. Brown, and a member of the com
We are prepared to give prices on every train to pass.
provements which will increase the effi in town again on Monday and secured ten
soon arrive. The crushing of quartz wil
where. My Brown Leghorns are models of beau
The "Tidings” says property in Ashland ciency of the department.
pany now putting up the quartz mill in no doubt commence in the near future.
thing in ovr line that will defy competition.
ty and excellent layera. I guarantee a good hatch
1—Chas W Hoagland and M C Buzan.
fine horses. Mr. D has purchased quite a
and perfect satisfaction. M.v fowls have taken
Jacksonville, arrived here last Wednesday
Address Sugar Pine Door A Lumber Co., sells this season at about the same figure
1—M F Hull and Eliza Fitzgerald.
It makes no difference if it is coid and number of horses ar.d nules at different
as it did last.
morning and wi|| remain a while.
Grant's Pass, Or.
I— W G Davis and Laura E Moon.
stormy,Plymale's turnounts are in demand points and will leave for California this
Milling and Mining Co. are now paying a
Owing to the change in railroad time anyway, because they are not to be sur week with about 70 head.
We acknowledge the receipt of an invi weekly assessment of two per cent., as Cas
5— L Vincent and Sarah J Panky.
A Good Record.
Wherever exhibited. Only a few choice trios of
passed in southern Oregon.
Although there has been a run of expen
teel is rushing the work forward much i
Trail creek voting precinc* has been cs-!
Plymouth Rocks for sale at $10.00. Cush must
Siiberstein and Miss Moda Abraham, more rapidly than expected.
16—E F Smith and II E Hummer.
accompany all orders.
sive criminal business, unequaled in the six o’clock r. x.
There are now two wagon-roads leading tablished^by the County Commissioners,
Express charge«» light. Wells, Fargo & Co.’s Ex-
Ironclad and common note, receipt and to Crater lake from Jackson county, eith with II. Richardson, J. G. Briscoe and H.
history of Jackson county, since the pres
Frank Logg and John McDonnell are Olive (Jutting,, Kipo Wood, $10 per 1,000- < press gives a liberal discount in favor of all my
land. The happy event will take place
21— A W Sturgis and Pauline Coffman.
ent County Judge and Commissioners came check books for sale at reduced rates at er of which can be put in excellent repair L. Hill as registers, and W. M. Holmes and
Send stamp for handsomely illustrated 6, ta-
25—D W Anderson and Dora Hull.
into ofllce, when the two years for which the T imes office.
II. Vogelei as clerks. This new precinct
for a few thousand dollars.
Jackass creek and have every prosiwct of
29— E N Faulconer and E E Blevins.
Sol. Wise of Myrtle Point, Coos county, a profitable run. They have one of the 85 Packet« Vegetable Seed«
J. M. GARRISON. Forest Grove, Or.
the latter wore elected expires the debt of
Caro Bros., Phoenix, pay the highest price
Forty pupils now attend Rev. A. H. Sun has long been a necessity.
30— J L McCulloch and Anna M Howard. and Miss Carrie Adler of Windsor, Cal.,
the county will be little if any larger than for beef hid?s, furs, deer skins, sheep pelts, derman’s German school, and the num
____ By Mell for «1.
richest claims in Jackson county.
The “East Oregonian” says: “Jackass
were married at San Francisco week be
it was in July, 1884. This is a record of dried fruit, etc.
ber promises to increase still further. He creek is in Jackson county. An old-timer
Quite a number of prospectors arc at Send for (etelofnie end make your own Selections
3— Geo Q Davis and Annie M Shelly.
fore last. A host of friends in Jackson
fOdrli they may well feel proud, for an ex
It cost a fellow $9 for shooting off his pis is giving general satisfaction.
tells us that it was so called because of the
in the Applegate district, some of R. J. TRUMBULL Sc CO.,
pensive bridge has been built across Rogue tol in town last Monday. Fortunately no
All those who call on Dr. C. Lempert. drowning in it of several ’smart alecks’
whom report excellent prospects. Ander
12— A L Willey and Laura Thornton.
his fair bride.
river and several smaller ones constructed damage was done.
419 u»d 421 Saaeome Street,
Will be given at
the German doctor, at Jacksonville, for
15— Jno W Whitoind Lena Peterson.
Brad. Dean of Willow Springs was in son A Walker have a presumably extensive
across other streams, to say nothing of the
Han Francisco, Cal.
The Eagle Point Literary Society is again treatment on Saturdays will be treated free tors how to run a newspaper.”
16— Sam E Geary and M J Shoemaker.
town Tuesday and acted so strangely that ledge, which assays as high as $90 to the
Mention this paper.
many unusual and heavy bills of expense
As w ill be seen by notice in our adver
27— Milton Maule and Eleanor Marray. his friends knew there was something ton.
which could not be avoided. Carping poli in a flourishing condition,and its meetings of charge, excluding medicine.
Capt. SaHmarsh was in town this week,
wrong. Hi.« conduct is explained elsewhere,
ticians may find fault with our county gov are well attended.
A large number of cayotes, panthers and tising columns, all those interested in the
Settle your arrearages with the T imes bears have been killed in Jackson cou’rtv establishment of exact lines on the Camp
7— F A Stricklin and Malinda K Dennis. under the proper h£Ad. W® extend our from whom we learned that his company |
ernment, from sinister motives, but the
and get the “American Farmer,” a first- since Hie bounty law went into effect; not Stewart and Pelican Bay road are request
20— E G Kilgore and Nettie M Herrin.
congratulations and wish lb happy couple has plenty of water once more and is mak- j
facts and figures will not bear them out.
ed to be in attendance at the March term
class journal, free.
long years of happiness and |lro«perity.
| ing the most of it. They have rich dig I The Portland Business College, Portland, Ore- '
ably o the first-named animal.
Arrested and Hischurged.
of theCoflnty Commissioners’ court.
4— A Thompson and Martha Smith.
gings, but have not had enough water for 1 gon, offers superior private and class instruction
Geo. W. Cooksey has purchased the
Ed. Jackson, who has been living ht Tal Deskins farm in Willow Springs precinct,
Froit firoirers, Attention!
II— Chas B Lindsay and Marion Montrose.
I to the young and middle-aged of lxith sexes who
The raising of good horses is .«Mill a profi
several seasons past to work them.
a practical education in theshort-
ent. was arrested in Douglas county, on the paying $3,000 for it.
11—Douglas A Jones a; d Ada C Plymal«. j The Fruit-Growers will meet at the Town ' M. D. Hopkins of Grave creek, who is in I desireloobtAin
table industry in Jackson county, and wc
est time consistent, with thorough work. And at the
I Hall in Jacksonville. Feb. 27. 18*5. nt one
charge of stealing a watch from A. P. Tal
expense. Day and evening sessions throng n-
are surprised that more of our farmers do ( 13— Jno F Fink and Deila F Cardwell.
* town, informs 11s Li)at the miners of that least
students admitted any time ('ata- FLOOR MANAGERS -J. H. Bel linger. R.r. High
ent, and brought back to Ashland by the
I o’clock p . x. All those interested in fruit- I section have an abundance of water and outtheyear.
29— H G Myer awl Mollie Taun.
not follow it. Every year one or more
to-oie on application. A. IT armstrong , Principal.
The best of music has be.n engaged and noth
Pay your subscription to the T imes one
constable. lie had a preliminary examina sonable rate* by applying at the Davison
* growing are requested to be present, as new 1 the prospects are favorable for the best
ing will be left undone to make it a first-class af
* 1 year in advance and you will get the New
fair in every particular.
tion in Justice Eubanks'court, who dis farm, near Medford.
' officer« will b-- elected tor the ensiling year. i cleanup in veral year*. Considerable
7—J F Frizell and Lucy Kennedy,
purchases the surplus at good figures.
Tickets for dancers with one partner, including
charged him. as there wm ^H io evidence 1 Onrmuniii from l«>-diij Lewi» O’Nvil will 1 Voik ’ VArild,” DvtFi.lt “Free Press’’ or i
■ By order of the President.
Mmnr. $2.50. Hnectators. 50 cents.
j a—John K Smith and Mary Geary.
' pro«|»ectiiig in quartz is also being done
(iEO. E. ANDERSON,)
strong enough to hold him. Jackson en 1 expiate his crime on the gallows in the | San Francisco ••Examiner” free .
I Services were held at the M. E. church in 16—J B Lung and Hulda Bell.
J. H. G riffis , Secretary.
>Com. of Arrangements.
I The wane, weather has caused Hudson his place last Sunday, Monday. Tuesday I 16—H I Cooper and Eliza Payne.
joys a good reputation, hut has become j Jackson county jail-yard.
Settle Ip Notice.
Rev. E. G. i
reckless of late, through domestic troubles, , G. F. Penin baker qf Wagner creek offers many fruit trees to swell and the horticnl- and Wednesday evenings.
According <0 Hople.
18—Chas Hall and Nancy A Ciiihlers.
All those knowing themselves indebted to
lie has since gone north again.
J his place for sale, the health of his wifi; re- I turist is not happy, because* the frost may Michael, presiding elder of this circuit, M.
A gentleman, who is fond of whbt, sv>
18—M T Crow and Doi lie Davia.
the undersigned are requested to call and that he never enjoyed a rubber so mach as
E. church. South, and Rev. J. R. Rolierts
■ nip the blossoms which come so early.
settle without further delay.
when he had rheumatism, and his wife
25—W E Oliver and Nellie Simpson.
! The railroad blockade has been raised and
cured it by rubbing him with St. Jacobs Oil.
M rs . P. P. P rim .
Frank Buker. a half-breed Indian, was ' Four cash prize* will be given away at
If a well be poisoned woe be to those who
Then when he had a severe cough a few
1 trains are ru ining regularly once more. If
Jacksonville. Feb. 8, 1886.
arrested by Constable Birdsey last Wednes i the mask ball tonight. Who will the the stormy weather continues we may ex drink thereat. It Is worse to poison the
dotes of Red Star Cough Cure affected a
1—Geo W Colg and Nancy C Gammons.
day evening upon a warrant issued
fountain life for one’s self and for posterity.
Machinery of all kinds Made N ev
nearly three years ago, charging him with | For lame back, side or chest, use Shilob’i
Capt. Coleman, schr. Wevmonth, niving
22— W T Coburn and Mary Baldwin.
John Weaver of Myrtle creek is making Often by carelessness, or misfortune, or in-
shooting at Albert Johnson. He has ab ■ Porous Piaster. Price 25 cents. For sale
CLOSINC-OUT SALK TO QUIT
a specialty of fruit-growing, espef ially of
of Wh«U «r. w«ntM «< th"
troubled with a cough to that he was un
sented himself from this place since then, , by Merritt A Robinson.
saparilla cleanses the blood and restores
iv IJvv Ko««" Ri..r mill" in thi. city, for
23—Wm Heffner and Luella Turnham. able to sleep, and was induced to try Dr.
and when apprehended struggled manful . Job printing of every imaginable (lescrip- prunes. He has ordered several hundred health.
Our entire stock of genera! merchandise vhioh I will w 50 "»nt« P»r bn’h'l.
25—J. D. Allen and Annie Savage.
King’s New Discovery for Consumption.
ly for his freedom. Baker had an examina ' tion done better and cheaper here than at prune trees of the very liest varieties.
It not only gave him instant relief, but al is offered for sale in whole or in part at cost.
We hope to see the next meeting of the
25—H A Frenner and Motile Daria.
tion iq Ju*Joe Fondray's court yesterday. 1 any place south of Salem.
The Dennis property in Ashland will be
If yon want cheap goods now is your time
Hi* children were similarly affected and a to buv them, as we mean just what we say.
ALL KINDS OF
Jim Little has the largest and finest lot sold by Sheriff Jacobs at the court-house held hth-e on the 27th inst , well attended.
RE A M EH BROS.
30— 0 K Hange and Nellie Erickson.
single dns? had the same happy effect. Dr.
door in this place to-morrow afternoon. See
A musical and dramatic entertainment of valentines ever brought to Jackson his advertisement on our fouith paje
(Its ohier*? arc the best auu will tend to
30—C K Frank and Isabella Merriman. King’s New Discovery is now the standard
Jacksonville, May 1, 1885.
remedy in the C-oi'man household and vn
will be given by the Talent amateurs in the l county. Cull and see them.
greatly benefit one of the leading industries
Total numbet, Tfl.
board the schovnei Free Trial Booties of
Supplied at Lowest Rate*.
By far the best and largest stock of legal of southern Oregon. I»et all the members
Candidates are becoming more nnmer-
U. M. L. Hal)on Friday evening. Feb. IDth.
this Standard Remedy at E. C Brooks’
Two thousand pounds of potatoes, And
Admission. 25 cents. The proceeds will be ' ous each day of course, they are all on the blanks in the State, outside of Portland and that can be on hand.
lfWee emd Fwr© 1V«Nfed.
Shop near the depot.
for the benefit of the hall.
Salem, is kept at the T imes office, an I are
will traoe hoice fmit roes for them For
i Democratic side of the house.
Onr subscription list continues to increase
I Assessment schetlules for the use of
Dr. Kellogg’s Worm Tea is entirely free
in sj ite of the dull times, and notwithstand cash price for merchantable hides, deer-
A. b. J ohxsom . Jacksonville.
month ago a fine Maltese cat school districts, towns and counties for | It is less than a month until town elec ing that once in a while some thin-skinned skins, faro. etc. Cail at my shop in Jack-1 from all mercurial properties, can be given
hurts and many sorts of ails of
the weakest constitution without dan
T. J. K rmxbt .
-I from the premises of the edi- 1 sale cheap at the T imks office.
tion and still no one has annonneed him- subscriber mistakes a statement of account sonvBW.
m»n and beast need a cooling
ger, is palatable and easily administered to
8LEEPLE8Ä NIGHTS made miserable
T imes . A suitable reward will J The masquerade ball at Medford will be ! self for Marshal. Are times so dull that for an insulting epistle. Business men re
children, is mild in operation, and never by that terrible cough. Shiloh’« Cure is the
lotion. Mustang l iniment.
fails to •fleet a cure. Price 25 cents. Bold remedy for you. For sale by Merritt A
lx paid for its return.
I <»n Feb. 22d instead of March 5th. AH who j not a single candidate oan be afforded?
ceive just such statements every month,
to obtain a sitn- bv Merritt A Po^ ason.
! Goo. Bet'k has again assumed charge of instead of once or twice a year, and think
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia
dishing taoujc - joixted rom unen
A large quantity of hay and atraw is of I Manager Kohler and Supt. Brandt were jibe City bakery and sal xm, and will fnr- nothing of it. The sending out of bills is
CROUP, WHOOPING GOUGH ___
and and Liver Complaint * Shiloh’s Vitaliaer
r Mtugmse and oiled-ailk line«, rXfl*. «wived«.
Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shi fob's A flaWnao^ Ct>r*
fered for sale at low figures. For further Iout on the railroad last week, when the | nish the market with the best of bread, inerelv a form of business and not intended
to hurt anybody’s feelings.
Cure. Bold by Merritt A Robinson.
wine, beer and lunches. Give him a call.
particulars enquire at the T im as office.
slides were the mo«t numerous.
hr ileumratic (Times.
Hydropathic Establishment !
SMEDLY’S CHILI PASTE!
The Three Leading Varieties
nfiST AND SPECIAL PREMIUMS
Trees and Plants,
A GRAND MASK BALL
MACHINE SHOP I
MORE WHEH_ WUTEOI
SPECIALTY MADE HYDRAULIC PIPE
All Sorts of